Boston’s Stalled Experiment in Urban Commuter Rail Conversion
Apr 05, 2018

A series of debates in Boston, New York and Chicago are challenging city halls and transit operators to make commuter rail infrastructure within the city limits part of the transportation answer in both booming and struggling urban districts. Read More

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Advocates and Bus Drivers Agree: Bus Lanes are for the Buses

New York City bus operators say their number 1 job frustration is blocked bus lanes.

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Enhanced Stations We Can Believe In: Accessible to All

News broke this week that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s Enhanced Station Initiative (ESI) will be limited to 19 subway stations.

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Ridership Map Tutorial

Are you a transit advocate, data journalist or map nerd?

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Slow Race to Faster Buses

We understand that taking parking or general travel lanes for exclusive bus use is politically hard.

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Clueless Carlos?

The neglect of the Miami-Dade transit system (MDT) under Mayor Carlos Gimenez has become shockingly literal.

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The Universe of Transit Safety

Riding transit is dramatically safer than driving – you’re 60 times less likely to die when riding a bus than in a private vehicle, 30 times less likely on light rail.

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TransitCenter Fellowship for Summer 2018

We’re hiring summer program fellows!

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Congestion Pricing Benefits Everyone

By now, you’ve probably heard about Governor Cuomo’s Fix NYC plan to bring congestion pricing to New York City.

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